Steam train restored to glory

A 1937 steam train has been restored by volunteers in York. It took them six months to complete the Dominion of Canada makeover.

Full Report: Steam train restored to former glory

A rare steam engine arrived at a museum in County Durham back in November in desperate need of restoration work.

The Dominion of Canada needed cleaning, re-painting and original parts replacing.

Staff and volunteers at The National Railway Museum in Shildon have worked tirelessly since then, and today unveiled her to the public. Jonny Blair was there.

Watch his full report below.

Steam train restored by volunteers

The restored 1937 steam train, Dominion of Canada.
The restored 1937 steam train, Dominion of Canada. Credit: ITV news/Jonny Blair

A 1937 steam train has been restored by volunteers in York.

It took them six months to complete the makeover of the Dominion of Canada.

The train is now on display at the National Railway Museum in Shildon.

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